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245 00 D-Xylitol :|bfermentative production, application and 
       commercialization /|cSilvio Silverio da Silva, Anuj Kumar 
       Chandel, editors. 
264  1 Berlin ;|aNew York :|bSpringer,|c2012. 
300    1 online resource (xv, 345 pages) :|billustrations (some 
       color) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
340    |gpolychrome|2rdacc|0http://rdaregistry.info/termList/
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       fileType/1002 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |gpt. 1.|tBiomass hydrolysis for xylose recovery and 
       detoxification.|tDeconstruction of the hemicellulose 
       fraction from lignocellulosic materials into simple sugars
       /|rFrancisco M. Girio, Florbela Carvalheiro, Luis C. 
       Duarte and Rafa Bogel-ukasik --|tDilute acid hydrolysis of
       agro-residues for the depolymerization of hemicellulose: 
       state-of-the-art /|rAnuj K. Chandel, Felipe A.F. Antunes, 
       Priscila Vaz de Arruda, Thais S.S. Milessi and Silvio S. 
       da Silva, et al. --|tDetoxification strategies applied to 
       lignocellulosic hydrolysates for improved xylitol 
       production /|rTandiwe P. Mpabanga, Anuj K. Chandel, Silvio
       Silverio da Silva and Om V. Singh. 
505 00 |gpt. 3.|tRecovery of xylitol and analytical methods for 
       xylitol.|tAn assessment on xylitol recovery methods /
       |rBahar Aliakbarian, Danilo de Faveri, Patrizia Perego and
       Attilio Converti --|tCurrent analytical methods for 
       qualitative and quantitative measurement of d-Xylitol /
       |rZhongqi Jiang, Samuel Amartey, Zi-Hua Jiang and Wensheng
       Qin. 
505 00 |gpt. 4.|tCommercial status of xylitol production.|tKey 
       drivers influencing the large scale production of xylitol 
       /|rZhang Hou-Rui --|tOverview on commercial production of 
       xylitol, economic analysis and market trends /|rSreenivas 
       Rao Ravella, Joe Gallagher, Steve Fish and Reddy Shetty 
       Prakasham. 
505 00 |gpt. 2.|tMicroorganisms, strain improvement, fermentation
       and biochemical methods for xylitol production.|tMolecular
       mechanism of d-Xylitol production in yeasts: focus on 
       molecular transportation, catabolic sensing and stress 
       response /|rJyosthna Khanna Goli, Smita Hasini Panda and 
       Venkateswar Rao Linga --|tMicroorganisms for xylitol 
       production: focus on strain improvement /|rMiho Sasaki, 
       Masayuki Inui and Hideaki Yukawa --|tStatistical 
       approaches for the optimization of parameters for 
       biotechnological production of xylitol /|rRita de Cassia 
       Lacerda Brambilla Rodrigues, Eliana Vieira Canettieri, 
       Ernesto Acosta Martinez, Larissa Canilha and Ana Irene 
       Napolez Solenzal, et al. --|tFermentation strategies 
       explored for xylitol production /|rJose Manuel Salgado, 
       Attilio Converti and Jose Manuel Dominguez --|tEnzymatic 
       production of xylitol: current status and future 
       perspectives /|rRicardo de Freitas Branco, Anuj K. Chandel
       and Silvio Silverio da Silva --|tBioenergetic aspects of 
       xylitol production from lignocellulosic materials /
       |rAttilio Converti, Patrizia Perego, Jose Manuel Dominguez
       Gonzalez, Janaina Teles de Faria and Fabio Coelho Sampaio.
505 00 |gpt. 5.|tApplications of xylitol.|tApplication of xylitol
       in food formulations and benefits for health /|rSolange 
       Ines Mussatto --|tMedical applications of xylitol: an 
       appraisal /|rAnnelisa Farah da Silva, Aline Siqueira 
       Ferreira, Silvio Silverio da Silva and Nadia Rezende 
       Barbosa Raposo. 
520    Commercially, D-xylitol is produced by chemical reactions 
       that are tailored to the requirements of various sectors. 
       However, due to the rising interest in sustainable 
       development and ecologically benign practices, microbial 
       transformation processes are generally preferred over the 
       conventional chemical conversion process. The former have 
       multiple advantages, including less chemical load on the 
       environment, higher efficiency, and the ability to dilute 
       multiple downstream transformation attempts while 
       maintaining product yield and recovery. This book aims to 
       disseminate the most current advances in the 
       biotechnological production of D-xylitol and its 
       applications in medical and health care. It is a unique 
       collection of 15 book chapters split into 5 sections and 
       written by experts in their respective fields, who present
       critical insights into several topics, review current 
       research, and discuss future progress in this area. This 
       book also provides essential information on hemicellulose 
       hydrolysis to recover D-xylose, detoxification of 
       hemicellulose hydrolysates, and improved fermentation 
       methods for increased D-xylitol production. The highlights
       of strain improvement to increase the D-xylitol titers and
       downstream recovery of D-xylitol are also discussed in 
       several sections. The current applications of D-xylitol in
       medical and health care have been used to justify the cost
       incurred for setting up the demonstration plant for D-
       xylitol production in the market. Apart from researchers 
       and post-graduate students in the field of microbial 
       biotechnology, this book will assist those in the business
       community who deal with the economic analysis of bio-based
       products and their marketing. 
546    English. 
650  0 Xylitol.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85148854 
650  2 Xylitol.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D014993 
653  4 Life sciences. 
653  4 Microbiology. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Silva, Silvio Silvério da.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/n2013050068 
700 1  Chandel, Anuj Kumar.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n2013050070 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tD-xylitol.|dSpringer Verlag 2012
       |z9783642318863|w(OCoLC)796763329 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2012 -
       Full Set|c2018-10-31|yNew collection 
       springerlink.ebooks2012|5OH1 
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